For what it's worth those new Scooby features on the 13 sets were all announced in advance simply because they had to actually make them before a DVD schedule could be set up. And those forumns that found the info haven't had any more added to the list, so i don't know if that means the season sets ideas are now more viable.
But i did kind of have a random thought, We don't know exactly how much profit lies in everything but if we are working under the assumption they might want to be drawing up money on the lesser titles to pay for work on the more-in-need shows, doesn't it also speak to reason perhaps the reason for casual re-releases might also send some money towards that too? It would be kind of a lot frustrating if it turns out long rehases of scooby sets to drag in money sends money to afford those remaining new scooby movies episodes. At the same time WA told us Smurf resources were a mess, redip smurf sets at retail possibly to rake in money off the movie hype to afford fixing up said mess?
Given just how much WB seems dedicated to putting this library out for the consumer to purchase, i'm starting to wonder if there isn't some kind of motive underneath some of these things. Because while a lot of us would love those season sets NOW, if it turns out the stall was for reasons such as this, it kind of makes the situation turn a lot more reasonable, instead of "why won't WHV give us the alternative". However at the same time i would hope a big company would know what it's doing, so i wonder if some of the reasons thing are the way they are now is going to end up going towards a better tomorrow when we get some of the earlier funny animals and rights messes fixed up from revenue on these current releases.